Simultaneous worlds [electronic resource] : global science fiction cinema / Jennifer L. Feeley and Sarah Ann Wells, editors
- Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 
- Physical Description:
- xxviii, 315 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Feeley, Jennifer, 1976- and Wells, Sarah Ann, 1979-
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- Introduction / Jennifer Feeley and Sarah Ann Wells -- Intermediality and new media economies. Scan lines: how cyborgs feel / Thomas Lamarre -- What is estranged in science fiction animation? / Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr -- Famous for fifteen minutes: permutations of science fiction short film / Pawe Frelik -- Forms of journey and archive: remaking science fiction in contemporary artist-filmmakers' projects / Jihoon Kim -- Traveling science fiction: translation, adaptation, and interpretation. Media heterotopias and science fiction: transnational workflows and transgalactic spaces in digitally composited ecosystems / Hye Jean Chung -- F. P. 1 and the language of a global science fiction cinema / J. P. Telotte -- Enthiran, the robot: Sujatha, science fiction, and tamil cinema / Swarnavel Eswaran Pillai -- Spatial and temporal alternative modernities in the global south. Polytemporality in Argentine science fiction film: a critique of the homogenous time of historicism and modernity / Joanna Page -- Virtual immigrants: transfigured bodies and transnational spaces in science fiction cinema / Everett Hamner -- Walking dead in avana: Juan of the dead and the zombie film genre / Emily A. Maguire -- Techno-capitalism and techno-desires: the gendered affect of post-cyborgs. Who does the feeling when there's no body there?: critical feminism meets cyborg affect in Oshii Mamoru's Innocence / Sharalyn Orbaugh -- The invention of romance: Park Chan-Wook's I'm a cyborg, but that's okay / Steve Choe -- A disenchanted fantastic: the pathos of objects in Hirokazu Kore-Eda's Air doll / Michelle Cho -- National, international, intergalactic: socialist and post-socialist science fiction cinema. Alien commodities in Soviet science fiction cinema: Aelita, Solaris, and Kin-dza-dza! / Jillian Porter -- Parodies of realism at the margins of science fiction: Jang Jun-Hwan's Save the green planet and Sin Sang-ok's Pulgasari / Travis workman -- Media and messages: blurred visions of nation and science in Death ray on a coral island / Nathaniel Isaacson.
- 9780816693177 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9780816693184 (softcover : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Includes filmography (pages 289-294).
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